David Orme | 1 Nov 19:14 2004
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[GRASSLIST:4697] v.in.ascii and dig_cats file

Hi,

I'm trying to create a vector file through v.in.ascii, following the 
template files in Example 1 from the v.in.ascii manual page:

http://grass.itc.it/grass57/manuals/html57_user/v.in.ascii.html

How does the category input from dig_cats work? There was a similar
thread last week started by Ian MacMillan but I didn't see a solution to
getting a dig_cats file working. I've appended head output for the
ascii, att and cats files that I have created, in case there is problem
there.

(Recent build of Grass 5.7 running on RHEL 3).

Many thanks,

David

[dorme <at> diomedea dorme]$ head -n 20 dig_ascii/EBCC_Grid
ORGANIZATION: ADHoC
DIGIT DATE:   26/10/2004
DIGIT NAME:   -
MAP NAME:     EBCC_Grid
MAP DATE:     2004
MAP SCALE:    50000
OTHER INFO:   Test polygons
ZONE:         0
MAP THRESH:   0.500000
VERTI:
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Edmund Blackadder | 1 Nov 20:47 2004
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[GRASSLIST:4698] ranlib+libjpeg+OS X

Hello list,

I finally decided to install 5.7 so i decided also to install an
updated version of 5.3

As always i followed the instructions at
http://webpages.charter.net/kyngchaos/macosx/install/libjpeg.html

While compiling libjpeg though i encountered the following error:

ranlib .libs/libjpeg.a
ranlib: warning: cannot infer operation mode from `.libs/libjpeg.a'
ranlib: you must specify a MODE
Try `ranlib --help' for more information.
make: *** [libjpeg.la] Error 1

I have updated the libtool.

Any ideas??

Thanks

Kostas Theofilis

P.S. Why is there no vector commands dir in the grass 5.3 source tree??
Is it migrated to 5.7?

Radim Blazek | 2 Nov 10:25 2004
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[GRASSLIST:4699] Re: v.in.ascii and dig_cats file

dig_cats are ignored by v.in.ascii, you have to create 
db table directly and link it to vector:
 db.execute (create table ..., insert into ....)
 v.db.connect

Radim

On Monday 01 November 2004 19:14, David Orme wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to create a vector file through v.in.ascii, following the
> template files in Example 1 from the v.in.ascii manual page:
>
> http://grass.itc.it/grass57/manuals/html57_user/v.in.ascii.html
>
> How does the category input from dig_cats work? There was a similar
> thread last week started by Ian MacMillan but I didn't see a solution to
> getting a dig_cats file working. I've appended head output for the
> ascii, att and cats files that I have created, in case there is problem
> there.
>
> (Recent build of Grass 5.7 running on RHEL 3).
>
> Many thanks,
>
> David
>
>
> [dorme <at> diomedea dorme]$ head -n 20 dig_ascii/EBCC_Grid
> ORGANIZATION: ADHoC
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Moritz Lennert | 2 Nov 11:08 2004
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GRASS Users Survey 2004

Dear all,

In order to collect up-to-date information on the GRASS user base and
evaluate the current releases of GRASS, we are launching the GRASS Users
Survey 2004.

You can find the questionnaire at

http://moritz.homelinux.org/grass_survey/

It should take around 10 min. Please take this time in order to help us
know your needs and make GRASS even better !

Please forward this mail to any localized GRASS mailing list you might be
subscribed to subscribed to one of the lists as well as to any individual
GRASS users that are not subscribed to any list.

The results will published in the next issue of GRASS News
(http://grass.itc.it/newsletter/index.html).

Thank you !

Martin Wegmann and Moritz Lennert
Moritz Lennert | 2 Nov 11:28 2004
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[Fwd: CUPUM 2005: Call for Abstracts]

---------------------------- Original Message ----------------------------
Subject: CUPUM 2005: Call for Abstracts
From:    "Elena Besussi" <e.besussi <at> ucl.ac.uk>
Date:    Mon, November 1, 2004 16:46
To:      "Elena Besussi" <e.besussi <at> ucl.ac.uk>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Dear Colleague,
This next year (2005), the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at 
UCL will be holding the 9th International Conference on Computers in Urban
Management and Urban Planning in the heart of central London at University
 College London (UCL).
The Conference is scheduled to run from Wednesday 29th June to Friday 1st 
July 2005.

The call for abstract is now open.
Deadline for Abstract submission is Nov 30.

Future announcements will be on the conference web site
http://www.cupum.org/ and the CASA web site http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk.

The cost of registration will be £150 for early registrants and £100 for 
students. Late registration will be £175 and £125 respectively.
Abstracts are welcome within the following major themes:
o NETWORKS:
o MOBILITY:
o URBANISATION:
o PLANNING SYSTEMS:
o NEW MEDIA:
o SPATIAL SIMULATIONS:
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Moritz Lennert | 2 Nov 12:44 2004
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GRASS Users Survey 2004

Dear all,

In order to collect up-to-date information on the GRASS user base and
evaluate the current releases of GRASS, we are launching the GRASS Users
Survey 2004.

You can find the questionnaire at

http://moritz.homelinux.org/grass_survey/

It should take around 10 min. Please take this time in order to help us
know your needs and make GRASS even better !

Please forward this mail to any localized GRASS mailing list you might be
subscribed to subscribed to one of the lists as well as to any individual
GRASS users that are not subscribed to any list.

The results will published in the next issue of GRASS News
(http://grass.itc.it/newsletter/index.html).

Thank you !

Martin Wegmann and Moritz Lennert
David Orme | 2 Nov 12:46 2004
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[GRASSLIST:4703] Re: v.in.ascii and dig_cats file

Thanks Radim - just as a follow up question on v.in.ascii - is the
dig_att file used? I followed up the v.in.ascii with 'v.category
op=print' and got a list of -1 values. Does this mean that neither
dig_vats nor dig_att is used?

In which case, just to check, the correct use of v.in.ascii in grass 5.7
should be something like:

v.in.ascii EBCC_Grid output=EBCC_Grid
v.category EBCC_Grid output=EBCC_Grid_C op=add
db.execute # to create attribute table
v.db.connect # to link the geometry in to the attributes

Thanks,
David

On Tue, 2004-11-02 at 09:25, Radim Blazek wrote:
> dig_cats are ignored by v.in.ascii, you have to create 
> db table directly and link it to vector:
>  db.execute (create table ..., insert into ....)
>  v.db.connect
> 
> Radim
> 
> On Monday 01 November 2004 19:14, David Orme wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm trying to create a vector file through v.in.ascii, following the
> > template files in Example 1 from the v.in.ascii manual page:
> >
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Hamish | 3 Nov 00:34 2004
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[GRASSLIST:4704] Re: v.in.ascii and dig_cats file

> I'm trying to create a vector file through v.in.ascii, following the 
> template files in Example 1 from the v.in.ascii manual page:
> 
> http://grass.itc.it/grass57/manuals/html57_user/v.in.ascii.html
> 
> How does the category input from dig_cats work? There was a similar
> thread last week started by Ian MacMillan but I didn't see a solution
> to getting a dig_cats file working. I've appended head output for the
> ascii, att and cats files that I have created, in case there is
> problem there.
> 
> (Recent build of Grass 5.7 running on RHEL 3).

see also
http://freegis.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/~checkout~/grass51/doc/vector/vector.html#ascii

namely, you can assign category values on the feature line, e.g.:

> VERTI:
> A 7  1
>  3000000 202512
>  3000000 250000
>  3000000 300000
>  3050000 300000
>  3050000 250000
>  3050000 203715
>  3000000 202512
> A 5  2
>  3000000 300000
[...]
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Hamish | 3 Nov 02:58 2004
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[GRASSLIST:4705] Re: Categories in GRASS 57

>   How can I change the category of a vector in GRASS 57 (from 1 to 2,
> keeping the name and the rest of database registers ) ?
>   I tried "v.reclass" and "v.extract" but I miss the database table
> connection (GRASS create a new vector but not a new table).

'd.what.vect -e'?

Hamish

Hamish | 3 Nov 03:06 2004
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[GRASSLIST:4706] Re: s.in.ascii segmentation fault

> When I try to import an ascii file with s.in.ascii
> (s.in.ascii input=/home/Praktikant/Mosberg.txt sites=DEMMosberg2 d=2
> fs=space)
> 
> I only get the following error-Message:
> Segmentation fault <core dumped>
> 
> (s.in.ascii with d=3 works but I want the third parameter as an
> attribute instead of a third dimension)
> 
> The Input-file looks like:
> 
> 355457.3 5479115.6 371.0
> 355459.7 5479208.2 370.0
> 355462.2 5479300.8 370.0
> 355464.6 5479393.5 379.0
> 355467.1 5479486.1 375.0
> 355469.5 5479578.7 360.0
> 355472.0 5479671.4 350.0
> 
> I am running Grass 5.3.0 (15 May 2004) on a Windows machine with
> Cygwin.
> 
> Any Help is appreciated.

works as expected for me in Linux.

things to try:
a) update to the lastest CVS.
b) convert the file to UNIX format using dos2unix or TextPad.
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Gmane